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Our One Health approach to antimicrobial resistance.
At the University of Exeter we recognise that antimicrobial resistance is an issue on a global scale. Our research stretches from fundamental lab work right through to influencing global policies on the issue.
Our teams are committed to developing new ways to reduce antibiotic resistance, minimise antibiotic use, create alternative treatments, and tackle the major health and food threat from anti-fungal resistance.
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